Electric Motors

Predicting Electric Motor failures automatically

The electric motor is categorized as one of the most used and critical assets. Unplanned downtime due to machine failures are expensive, but can be monitored and predicted with Hexastates AI-driven software that fully automates the vibration analysis.

The Hexastate way: Get in full control when monitoring your machines

Hexastates PREDICT software estimates the health of your electric motor and shows you possible causes for why your asset is not running at an optimal state. Thereby helping you avoid expensive downtime.

Our AI-powered PREDICT software automatically look for following fault types in Electric motors

In the animation below, we show what possible fault types the Hexastate PREDICT platform can show you, as a user of the software. An electric motor consists of many different components, and the Hexastate PREDICT software monitors, analyzes, and predicts machine failures in all parts of the motor. The analysis is done automatically in the software and delivered to you in an easy-to-use interface.

Electric specific fault detection

Shaft
Unbalance
Parallel Misalignment
Angular Misalignment
Resonance
Bent Shaft

Coupling
Coupling Unbalance
Non-Parallel Coupling Faces
Coupling Wear

Belt Drive
Worn Belts

 

Bearing specific fault detection

Rolling Element Bearing (with bearings in both DE & NDE)

Cocked Bearing
EDM Fluting
Rolling Elements Skidding
Inner Race Sliding
Outer Race Loose in Housing
Rotating Looseness
Loose Pedestal Bearing
Stage 1 Wear
Stage 2 Wear
Stage 3 Wear (Outer Ring Wear, Inner Ring Wear, Rolling Elements Wear)
Stage 4 Wear

Motor specific fault detection

Electric motors (Both in AC, DC & EC)

AC Motor
Eccentric Stator or Soft Foot
Rotor Bow
Cracked Rotor Bar
Loose Rotor Bar
Loose Rotor
Loose Rotor Windings
Shorted Laminations
Loose Connections
Eccentric Motor Stator or Rotor
Structure Flexibility Ring Wear, Rolling

DC Motor
Eccentric Stator or Soft Foot
Rotor Bow
Cracked Rotor Bar
Loose Rotor Bar
Loose Rotor
Loose Rotor Windings
Shorted Laminations
Loose Connections
Eccentric Motor Stator or Rotor
Structure Flexibility Ring Wear, Rolling

EC Motor
Loose Stator Coils

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